Advanced Brain Monitoring
Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc. was founded in January 1997 to
create low cost, easy-to-use, portable systems to monitor and interpret
physiological signals. It has developed data acquisition technology with
automated analysis software to measure the brain's electrical activity
(EEG), oxygen levels in the blood and cardiac activity.
The company says that its technologies will facilitate the
development of a family of reasonably priced products and services to
diagnose disease, detect drowsiness, assess neurocognitive function and
evaluate pharmaceuticals. The company's software will provide real-time or
off-line identification of alertness/drowsiness and transmission of reports
over the Internet.
The company has been awarded over $7 million from the National
Institute of Health's Small Business Innovative Research Program to complete
the development of its technologies.